As everyone obsesses about the iPhone 6, here’s a phone that won’t be on most people’s radar.
But if you want to explore all the options, it is well worth a look.
The Nokia Lumia 930 is a Ford Mondeo of mobile phones. It does all the things you need it to do very well and it’s big enough to give you a comfortable ride.
If you use a lot of Microsoft software on your desktop it hooks up well with Office and the Windows cloud.
And this Nokia Flagship runs the latest, improved Windows Microsoft 8.1 mobile software.
It has a large 5-inch screen, top-quality aluminum frame and slightly rubberised back to stop it flying out of your hand.
But if it did, you would find it passes the drop test better than many other phones.
It’s tough and, coming in a choice of black, white and stunning green and orange, it feels nice and solid and easy to use, with dedicated camera and power buttons, and volume switch all on the right-hand side.
There’s a 32GB internal memory and front and back cameras but the 20 megapixel Pure View main rear camera is a gem, with a dual LED flash.
You can read text almost everywhere, even in direct sunlight, thanks to the Clear Black AMOLED high resolution display, which is very sharp.
And you can adjust the settings to make it great for looking at your pictures too.
Web pages load quickly and scrolling and pinch-zoom is very smooth, thanks to the fast quad-core chip with 2GB RAM.
Windows Phones don’t have nearly as many apps as Android or iOS. But it has all of the most essential and most useful. And you can try games before you buy. Although Nokia assure me they are adding hundreds of apps a day and rapidly catching up.
The battery life is great, lasting 24 hours on average use and the wireless charging is a nice touch.
So you get a good design, build quality, display, performance, camera and battery life on contracts from £26 a month.